The 1976 album 'You Can’t Argue With A Sick Mind' was a live celebration of Walsh's career to that point.
Roger Taylor and John Deacon of Queen, George Michael, Nik Kershaw and Sister Sledge were all among the contributors to Elton's 19th album.
The subject of evil will remain one of interest to songwriters, no matter how controversial & unsettling. The Devil does indeed get some of the best songs.
While stage costumes are an integral part of performances and personas, Halloween calls for a different kind of dress-up, and these artists were up for the challenge.
Inspired by The Band’s pioneering Americana, Elton John’s ‘Tumbleweed Connection’ was cinematic in its scope, and a hit on both sides of the Atlantic.
The track marks the 50th anniversary of the LP's original UK release on October 30, 1970.
Pete Townshend told the NME on the double LP's release that he felt that The Who ought to make a last album.
'The Who By Numbers' was a more conventional studio album after the panoramic ambition of 1973’s 'Quadrophenia,' but it was far from average.
Continuing Elton John’s unbeatable run in the 70s, the ‘Rock Of The Westies’ album found him scaling ever greater heights.
'Blue Moves' is still revered by many fans as something of an undervalued gem in Elton's repertoire, and remains one of his own favourites.
‘‘Lose Each Other’ is such a special record for me, and I wanted the visual to feel just as big.’
Motown's inspired decision to release the three-year-old 'Tears Of A Clown' as a UK 45 led it to No.1 in Britain and a belated US release.
The slow, bluesy track was recorded at DJM Studios in late 1967, when the artist was still known as Reg Dwight.
The band's 12th UK studio album seized the momentum of the title track, opening single and future staple of their live set.
From floor-shaking stadium anthems to paeans to a lost past and roadmaps for a new life, here are 12 songs that glorify rock’n’roll.
Other special guests joining the event include Marty Stuart, The Beach Boy’s Mike Love, and Priscilla Presley, among others.